LINTAS SAMUDERA 69

Type Date of Build FlagValue RegisterValue Port of Regestry
Barge Dec 21 2011 12:00AM Republic of Indonesia - SAMARINDA
IMO Number Official Number Call Sign
Legnth Breadth Gross tonnage Net tonnage Deadweight tonnage
82.296 21.945 2261 679 5350

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LINTAS SAMUDERA 69 Owner, Manager, Shipyard

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Interview: Tracy Zea, President & CEO, Waterways Council Inc.

Interview: Tracy Zea, President & CEO, Waterways Council Inc.

13 minutes ago
We recently checked in with Tracy Zea, Waterways Council Inc.’s new President & CEO, on what’s in store for the U.S. inland waterways for the remainder of 2020.To start, give us some insight on your background and how you came to lead WCI.I was born and raised in Chandler, Arizona, and attended South Dakota State University, receiving a degree in Political Science. After college, I found my way to Washington, D.C. via an internship with Senator Thune (R-SD).  After the internship, I was hired by the House of Representatives, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.
Indian Solar Ferry Flies Flag for Cleaner, Cheaper Water Transport

Indian Solar Ferry Flies Flag for Cleaner, Cheaper Water Transport

3 hours ago
Over the past three years, P. Ravindran’s commute from his southern Indian village has been about more than getting to work - the SIM card seller sees his daily trip on India’s first solar-powered ferry as doing his bit for the green revolution.“I am proud to be a frequent traveler on the Aditya... I am being part of cleaning the Earth,” said Ravindran, who uses the boat most days to travel to the town of Vaikom on Lake Vembanad.The Aditya’s green credentials have attracted international attention and earned it a win last month in awards sponsored by international electric boat journal Plugboats.
Mauritians Angered by Government Response to the Wakashio Oil Spill

Mauritians Angered by Government Response to the Wakashio Oil Spill

an hour ago
On the evening of Saturday July 25, the MV (Merchant Vessel) Wakashio grounded on coral reefs in the south-east of the Indian Ocean tropical island of Mauritius. The ship, a Japanese-owned but Panama-registered bulk carrier designed to transport unpackaged goods such as coal or grain, was empty of cargo but had an estimated 200 tons of diesel and 3,800 tons of heavy fuel oil onboard. The ship sat for over a week before cracks emerged in its hull.Fuel oil began to leak into the expansive turquoise blue lagoon outside the coastal village of Mahébourg.
Shipbuilders Council Announces Shipyard Safety Awards

Shipbuilders Council Announces Shipyard Safety Awards

an hour ago
The Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA), the national association representing the U.S. shipyard industry, today announced the 2020 annual shipyard safety awards. SCA honors shipbuilding and repair organizations with the “Excellence in Safety” Award and “Improvement in Safety” Award each year for enhancement of operations and promotion of safety and accident prevention.Over the past several years, the industry has seen the total recordable incident rate steadily decline, with the most significant decline seen in 2019. Safety professionals in the industry are continuing to implement new safety policies.
VIKING Delivers Ambulance Boat for the Hellenic Coastguard

VIKING Delivers Ambulance Boat for the Hellenic Coastguard

2 hours ago
VIKING Life-Saving Equipment has delivered the first vessel in a series of three new ambulance boats for the Hellenic Coastguard.For many years, the Coastguard and the Hellenic National Center for Emergency Care (EKAB) have worked together to support patient transfer requirements from the Greek islands to larger hospitals. Today, a call for transport services is almost a daily occurrence.The new closed-cabin boat will be station in Naxos as the first in a series of special craft equipped with medical equipment.